Navigating the Transfer Market Madness: Arrivals and Departures makes another fleeting return during the January transfer window. It’s the least active of the windows and not particularly well known for good deals, but nevertheless, the mill never stops turning. So totalBarça returns to roundup all the stories over the past weeks and chart a path through the nonsense. Once again, agree or disagree, that’s what the comment section is for. (Remember all numbers in euros.)
Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic (30) recently gave an interview to FIFA.com, wherein he spoke about his coach, Sir Alex Ferguson, his plans in the future after retirement and also about his thoughts on FC Barcelona as an opponent. What follows is an excerpt of his talk with FIFA. The whole interview can be read here.
Manchester United central defender and captain Nemanja Vidić (30) has defended his team’s hopes of an optimistic result should united face FC Barcelona in the Champions League final yet again. Vidić, who was part of both Manchester sides that faced Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League finals in 2009 and 2011, said both teams have unique styles and both are worthy of praise.
Serbian defender Nemanja Vidic has again insisted that he is happy at Manchester United and has no plans to leave Old Trafford in the near future, according to British based ‘Sky Sports’ channel.
The 28-year-old centre-back is rumoured to be linked with Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid, but Vidic says that he is more than content with the Red Devils, saying, “I am happy at Manchester United and I am looking forward to winning more trophies and I am not thinking about leaving.”
Vidic joined United in January 2006 from Spartak Moscow in a £7 million deal and has gone on to score 12 goals in 163 appearances for the Premier League powerhouses.